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Dec 7, 2013 7:00am PST
north korea for more than one month has been deported back to the united states. merrill newman is expected to arrive in, what, a couple of hours, mike. >> reporter: yes. i just confirmed with airport officials that he is expected to arrive around 9:00 on a united airlines flight coming from beijing. his son will be here to greet his father as he finally arrives back in states. he is 85 and from palo alto and has been held by the south korea an government since late october. before he was scheduled to leave, korean authorities detained him and held him for weeks. he is a korean war veteran and televised an apology for his part in the war. he briefly spoke to reporters on his way home at the beijing airport. >> i'm very glad to be on my way home. i appreciate the -- so i can be on my way. >> how do you feel now? >> i feel good. i feel good. >> what do you want to do first thing. >> go home and see my wife. >> reporter: now, in a statement, north korea an officials say taking into consideration his admittance of the act committed by him, an apology made by him, the above said institu
KRON
Dec 2, 2013 8:00pm PST
government. >> pam: this is video of merrill newman making a so- called apology over the weekend. the korean war vet said he was sorry for war crimes he committed. his friends and family say this apology was clearly scripted. >> pam: though it seems north korea is reveling in neman's detention, some analysts expect newman could be released soon. >>"so this is baffling. but this is a new regime of the new leader. and i suspect he's sending different signals but nobody knows what those signals are." >> pam: inside edition has released another photo of newman. >> pam: it shows him enjoying his 10-day tour of north korea before being detained. >> pam: a swedish ambassador has met with newman and said he was received medications sent by his family. >>".girly stuff" >> pam: coming up-- >> pam: 49ers players trade in their helmets for santa hats today. doing some christmas shopping today with bay area kids in need. >> pam: plus: viewers in north dakota got quite the surprise saturday night when will ferrell -- a-k-a ron burgundy -- co-anchored an entire newscast. >> reporter:stay classy, bismarck.
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Dec 7, 2013 8:00pm PST
pallomelta man back with family. >> merrill newman was detained for 42 days after his visit. we are live at the palo alto home. we can only imagine how the family is feeling tonight. >> that's right. vicki. mr.newman left the airport and waiting for him to show up and walk into his building. we do know he is with family. >> it is a great homecoming and i'm tired but ready to be with my family. >> merrill newman did not have much to say after being detained in north korea for six weeks, his wife, son and family met him at san francisco international airport where he flew in from beijing. >> i'm delighted to be home. >> visiting north korea and was on his way home october 26th when according to the facebook page dedicated to bringing him home he was escorted off the plane because of his army service in the korean war 60 years ago. >> while detained, he confessed for the crimes. many think it was forced and days after it he was freed and after touching u.s. soil he thanked his supporters. >> thank the swedish embassy and beijing. >> there were well-wishers here in his hometown, his wif
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Dec 3, 2013 7:00am PST
korea. the latest video of the 85 year-old romero-merrill newman to making a so-called apology for " war crimes " he committed during the korean conflict. his friends and family said the apology was clearly scripted. analysts have examined a video and say there are clues newman could be released soon. >>: so this is baffling but this is a new regime of the new leader and i suspect he sending different signals but nobody knows, but the signals are. " >>darya: another photograph has a release of a newman. it shows him enjoying his 10 day tour of north korea before his detention. a swedish ambassador has met with newman and said, he was being treated well and has received the medications and by his family. >>mark: the laptops, tablets and other mobile devices were working overtime for cyber monday consider to be the superbowl of online shopping. analysts say overall sales were up 17.5 percent compared to last year. smart phones and tablets drove nearly one- third of traffic on cyber monday making a shift in shopping preferences. some of the most popular items included the new ps4 and xbox o
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Dec 10, 2013 7:00am PST
leaves. >> merrill newman the 85 year-old palo alto man who was detained for weeks by north korea says that the so-called confession that he made was scripted. here arrived at sfo on saturday. he said in a statement on monday, that the confession have been scripted his ancestors he was beaten chilly emphasizing the awkward phrasing and poor grammar. >> he stated that the north koreans did treat him well but his interrogator told him that if he did not be immediately apologize for the alleged crimes committed during the korean war that he would be sentenced to 15 years for espionage newman says, and north korea the war is not over and even ennis and comments can be a lot of trouble. >> and this video is going viral. it is of a man jumping to his death over a fight with his girlfriend for will tell you what they were fighting about after the break. also we will talk with gary radnich [ male announcer ] some things are simply better at home. like the enticing aroma and distinctive taste of nespresso. elegant capsules meet masterfully crafted machines, and one touch creates the perfect cof
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Dec 10, 2013 6:00am PST
dot come or at facebook dot com slash kron 4. merrill newman. the 85- year old palo alto man detained for weeks by north korea -- says, that the so- called confession he made. was something he was forced to do. newman arrived at s-f-o on saturday. he said in statement on monday, the confession had been scripted - and says. he was intentionally emphasizing the awkward phrasing and poor grammar. newman says, the north koreans treated him well -- but his interrogator told him repeatedly, that if he did not apologize for alleged crimes committed during the korean war, he would be sentenced to 15- newman says. in north korea - the war is not over. and even innocent comments can mean big trouble for authorities are searching for a missing family in a wilderness area in nevada. search teams gathered monday near the seven troughs area in lovelock. the family includes four young children---all under ground and aerial teams looked for the family late into the night. the louvrethe group was last seen in a silver jeep with a black top. the search. a chilling discovery at a windsor park, when a ma
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Dec 9, 2013 8:00pm PST
cold archibald posted his snow. merrill newman. the 85- year old palo alto man detained for weeks by north korea -- says, that the so- called confession he made. was something he was forced to do. >> pam: newman arrived at s- f-o on saturday. he said in statement today, the confession had been scripted - and says. he was intentionally phrasing and poor grammar. .about prk >> pam: newman says, the north koreans treated him well -- but his interrogator told him repeatedly, that if he did not apologize for alleged crimes committed during the korean war, he would be sentenced to 15- years in jail for espionage. >> pam: newman says. in north korea even innocent comments can mean big trouble for foreigners. >> pam: eighteen current and former >> pam: the n-s-a can track people through several different electronic sources. and newly- disclosed classified documents show. agents even track people through video games. the documents were obtained by the guardian newspaper. from n-s-a leaker edward snowden. >> pam: they show that the n- s- a and british intelligence. have been monitoring several
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Dec 6, 2013 8:00pm PST
>> he's spent a month in north korea as an accused war criminal. now bay area veteran merril newman is reportedly on his way home. >> and the icy weather tightens its grip on the bay area, it's freezing. and i'm very cold and now rain is coming down. kron four meteorologist is >> in san jose, freezing temperatures claim the lives of four homeless people. to lose that many in one night. it's horrible. new measures in place to protect those who have no >> bad weather also a factor in idaho, where the search for a south bay man and his family has been suspended. i'm dale, and this is my family. dale smith of san jose was at the controls of his private plane when it disappeared on sunday. tonight a look at his video tribute to his love of flying. clear! malignedand a suspected cat killer under arrest. police say this man grabbed two cats out the arms of a san francisco woman and tossed then into the bay. now he is facing animal cruelty charges, >> developing news tonight. the palo alto man who's been held in north korea for more than a month. is coming home. north korea has finally rele
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Dec 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
rain and snow. tonight we'll tell you if the rough area stays in the bay area area. >>> merrill newman, the 85-year-old palo alto man detained in north korea is coming home, saying they were letting him go for humanitarian reasons. we are live in palo alto where he lives, and his family has got to be thrilled. >> reporter: they are completely thrilled. the word went out here just before a christmas performance, and there was applause of relief. >> this is a great moment for us as a family and it will be even better when we have a chance to be back together in a few hours. >> the son responding to the news about his father's release from custody from the north korean government. >> u.s. and western countries, there's misleading information and propaganda. >> reporter: his release comes a few weeks after this video was released by the north korean government, resume be coerced by government officials, reading a statement apologizing for his part in the war. he traveled to the country with a friend of his in late october and stayed there with a chinese tour group for a week. he was arrest
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Dec 3, 2013 4:00am PST
. this is video of 85 year old merrill newman. making a so-called apology. in the video, the korean war vet said, he was sorry for war crimes he committed. his friends and family say. this apology was clearly scripted. north korea is reveling in newman's detention, some analysts expect newman could be released soon. >> "so this is baffling. but this is a new regime of the new leader. and i suspect he's sending different signals but nobody knows what those signals are." >> another photograph has been released of newman. it shows him enjoying his 10-day tour of north korea. before his detention. a swedish ambassador has met with newman and said, he was being treated well and has received the medications sent by his family. >> a re-paving project in fairfield is closing some roadways later today. starting at 9 tonight, both directions of oliver road, between hartford avenue and rockville road will be closed. also, the westbound 80 oliver road, west-texas street off ramp will be off limits. the work expected to last until 5 o clock tomorrow morning. detour signs will be posted but drivers s
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Dec 2, 2013 5:00pm PST
: palo alto man detained a few weeks ago. this is merrill newman - making a so-called apology over the weekend. >> catherine: the korean war vet said he was sorry for war crimes he committed. his friends and family say the apology was clearly scripted. and some experts say pressure from the white >> catherine: inside edition has releasedit shows him enjoying his 10-day tour of north korea - before he was detained. the swedish ambassador has now been allowed to meet with him and deliver his heart medication. he says newman appeared to be in good health. >> catherine: it's world aids day - and it's also the 25th anniversary of the 'first' worlds aids day. that's why there's a huge red ribbon on the white >> catherine: president obama is marking the occasion by announcing a new project to advance hiv research -- aimed at a cure. >> catherine: the president says the world has come a long way since 1988. this is an aids treatment center in china. a new study suggests that if fighting aids >> catherine: continues -- the world will reach "the beginning of the end of aids" as soon as 20-15
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Dec 2, 2013 11:00pm PST
suspect he is sending different signals. >> they released this photograph before his detention. newman is being treated well and receiving the medications sent by his family. >>> players were paired with low-income children so they could get gift ideas for their families. there were lots of patients in the toy aisle getting something in return. curtsey of the 49ers each child received a gift card. >> reporter: big changes in the overnight hours. a cold system brings us a blast of cold air from canada. there is a slight chance of showers. the main impact will be 15 degrees cooler followed by a frigid morning in the 20s and 30s. right now we see mainly clear skies. the system is approaching. it is east of us, the core at least. it is draped across northern california and nevada. we have a slight chance of seeing showers, but mainly the precipitation is in the sierra. cloudy conditions keeping temperatures warmer. it will be a different story into wednesday. we have snow in the sierra dropped to the lake level. by 8:00 we are done with the rain or the possibility of rain. through the afterno
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Dec 10, 2013 4:00am PST
their bones under some leaves. >> andmerrill newman, the 85 year-old palo alto man who was detained for weeks by north korea says, that the so-called confession he made was something he was forced to do. newman arrived at sfo on saturday. he said in a statement on monday, that the confession had been scripted and says that he was intentionally emphasizing the awkward phrasing mcorp grammar. maligned newman says, and that the north koreans treated him well but his interrogator told him repeatedly, if that if he did not apologize for alleged crimes committed during the korean war, he would be sentenced to 15 years in jail for espionage. newman says, and north korea, the war is not over and even innocent comments can mean big trouble for former spread >> coming up on kron 4 news. we will have illegal dumping. this will be the next episode of people behaving badly. [ female announcer ] it's a mountain grown morning with folgers lively colombian. it's deliciously dark, just before dawn. it's welcoming the sunrise with a taste of vanilla biscott with folgers gourmet selections, you can en
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Dec 9, 2013 5:00pm PST
confession he made was something he was forced to do. >> catherine: newman arrived at sfo onhe said in statement today that the confession had been scripted - and he was intentionally emphasizing the awkward phrasing and poor grammar. newman says the north koreans treated him well -- but his interrogator told him repeatedly >> catherine: that if he didn't apologize during the korean war -- he would be sentenced to 15 years in jail for espionage. >> catherine: newman says. in north korea - the war isn't over. and even innocent comments can mean big trouble for foreigners. >> pam: another night of frigid weather around the bay area. the warning signs were up earlier -- watch out for black ice. >> pam: tonight. in the south bay. homeless shelters filling up. after reports of more people freezing to death. and -- in the east bay. >> pam: kron 4 visited a school-- mostly without heat duringmore on those stories in a moment. but first -- kron 4's chief bennett is standing by with the latest. jacqueline? pete >> jacqueline: and the '40's around the south bay as well and the coast line. san fr
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Dec 8, 2013 8:00am PST
homecoming and i'm tired but i have my family. >> and the news agency says that newman was deported from the country was a humanitarian act. when he was asked if he would go back to north korea he chuckled and said probably not. >>> the 49ers getting a chance of redemption. they will square off today. that game holds big playoff implications. it is no secret they do not like each other. and seattle can clinch the west with a win and they are trying to make the playoff. now ahead they are trying to get the fans involved. they sent a home field advantage plan telling fans to wear red and when to be quiet. and media reports some fans pulled money together and use a plain to fly a banner prior to kickoff. and they are racing money and they posted a picture of trophys so this is a fun matchup for fans. i checked on line and $300. that's partly due to this is the second to last game here before the 49ers and now they will take it from the stick and home with you. tough buy them on line. and it starts next year. >> and not only are they not like each other but the coaches have a history of
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Dec 6, 2013 5:00pm PST
said that they have released 85 year-old merrill newman. the career of more bedroom was on attending a tour of north korea recently, when he was taken off of a plane and not allowed to leave the country. here is newman, making a so-called apology days ago. in the video, the korean war veteran said, that he was sorry for war crimes that he had committed ansar for hostile acts against his friends. >> just before 6-pm - and local temperatures are dropping drastically. more cold weather continues to roll in tonight.and the temperatures are below normal for this time of the year. right now. mount tam is in the mid 40's and in the berkeley hills. it is already 37 degrees. i'm in the weather center with chief meteorologist jacqueline bennett. we're hearing about possible rain -- and even snow??? >> we see mostly lame because we're in the 40's, it is too warm for snow but you concede that there is still snow showers. the pink is what we are calling the small minds. up to the north the scene snow. it's light rain at highway 1 01. as will but to ukiah we are seen at freezing snow. the snow lev
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